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Securing Information and Communications Systems: Principles, Technologies, and Applications Hardcover – May 8 2008


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Javier Lopez is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department and coordinator of the Information Security Research Group at the University of Malaga, Spain. Steven Furnell is head of the Network Research Group at the University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, and an adjunct associate professor at Edith Cowan University, Australia. Sokratis Katsikas is the rector at the University of the Aegean, Greece, where he is also a professor in the Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering. Ahmed Patel is a consultant and lecturer in computer networks, distributed systems and computer forensics.

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For cryptography classes very informative reference book with heavy emphasis on math Nov. 14 2009
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I purchased this as an additional reference book for a graduate class (cryptography) in Information Assurance particularly because our textbook is from 1996. This book presents the materials we cover in class in a much better format than the textbook (Schneier, Applied Cryptography) which keeps referring the reader to materials from other chapters so you are jumping all over the place). While Schneier is better for me since I do not have a heavy mathematics background, this book would be better for those students who do. I found it to present cryptographic mathematical principles more than a narrative explanation. So, if you can do the math, it is a good reference book.


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